By Soyoung Kim DETROIT, March 18 (Reuters) - South Korean automaker Ssangyong Motor Co , majority controlled by China's top carmaker, is planning to export vehicles to the United States as early as 2010, a person familiar with the plan said. The plan could make Ssangyong the first Chinese-owned automaker to attempt to crack the world's largest auto market and comes at a time when the U.S. auto industry is staggering under excess capacity and mounting losses. Ssangyong Motor, in which ...
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